4 November 2018

Conviction of Robert Allan & Alexander Cruickshank

On the 29th ultimo, Robert Allan, seaman, and Alexander Cruickshank, ropemaker, were convicted before the Justices, of riotous and disorderly behaviour in the Oldtown market, - of a breach of the peace - of striking, beating, and abusing different people - one man to the danger of his life; and were sentenced to be confined in Bridewell for twelve calendar months.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 4th November 1818.

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